Johnny Bench Museum
The Johnny Bench Museum is located in the western Oklahoma town of Binger. This small town is known as the childhood home of "The Greatest Catcher of All Time," Johnny Lee Bench, who graduated from Binger-Oney High School in 1965. Bench's Major League Baseball career spanned from 1967 through 1983, during which he played for the Cincinnati Reds, aka the Big Red Machine, that dominated the National League in the mid-1970s.
Visitors to the Johnny Bench Museum will spot memorabilia and artifacts, including his gold gloves, all-star game bats, trophies and photos. The museum is located inside Binger City Hall.